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'Racialised Constructions Of Punishability In Sentencing Hearings For 'Unwanted' Migrants' with Dr Gemma Lousley

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About The Speaker

Dr Gemma Lousley recently completed her PhD thesis, entitled Sentencing 'Unwanted' Migrants: The Border, Racism, and Narrating Punishability, at Birkbeck's Department of Criminology. She is an Associate Lecturer at Birkbeck, teaching the course 'Borders, migration and criminal justice'. She also works as the Policy and Research Coordinator at Women for Refugee Women, on their campaign to end immigration detention in the UK.

Race and Justice Series

This event is part of the Department of Criminology’s Race and Justice Series and is supported by the by the British Society of Criminology's Race Matters Network. For further information, please contact the event organiser and Race Matters Network co-coordinator Dr Monish Bhatia (m.bhatia@bbk.ac.uk).

This event is open to the public and free to attend however booking is required via this page. The event will be hosted on Collaborate, a free to access website. You will be sent a link to access the event upon registration.

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